Built as #423 in August of 1882 for the Columbus, Chicago & Indiana Central RR, the "One Spot" did not make it into the hands of the Clinchfield Railroad until 1900. It did so by way of it's pred... (more)
Pan shot of an original toaster.
CSX 140 pulls empty coal hoppers by Laurel Station.
A diversity of power sits at Cumberland Locomotive Shop.
R402 is photographed from Hamburg St. on a late summer evening in Baltimore.
A MARC E unit is photographed at Lander on the Metropolitan Subdivision.
MARC 56 brings its train to a stop at Gaithersburg.
Rounding the famed Helmstetter's Curve, "Western Maryland" 734 is surrounded by color as it lugs a long fall foliage excursion out of Cumberland, MD.
An EMD Demonstrator GP40 leads K952 through Georgetown Jct.
Ex-C&O 4617 rests in Cumberland Yard on a beautiful afternoon in August 1995.
A MARC train crawls by WB Tower on a July evening in 1995.
Q400 rounds the curve at the West Leg of the Wye in Hyattsville.
A coal train, with an interesting lashup, makes its way up the Alexandria Branch.
Crossing From track 2 to track 1 heading east towards Baltimore
Some interesting power sits in CSX's Hagerstown Yard in Spring 1996.